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Tech V Talk - Cardium, Willesden Green Performance Review

January 30, 2018

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Welcome to our library of videos, blog posts and technical papers. We cover a wide range of topics related to the optimization of well performance. Our technical team is also ready to help with our custom technical services, including a variety of assessments, field development plans as well as several presentations ready to come to your office on demand.

November 22, 2017

In the fourth and final part on our discussion about Parent / Child wells, we go through some of the solutions available to avoid issues.

November 15, 2017

In this segment on parent / child interactions we discuss how we quantify and analyze child well performance.

November 8, 2017

In part two of our discussion on Parent / Child wells we tackle the reasons and theories behind some of the common problems.

October 31, 2017

Today we discuss issues related to parent - child interactions in part one of this series.

August 22, 2017

In Part 2 of this Tech V Talk the Director of Technical Services with Ferus, discusses costs of refracturing as well as examples from the Cardium and Montney formations.

August 8, 2017

Director of Technical Services with Ferus, discusses refracturing; where it's used, why it's used, what makes a good candidate and some of the techniques utilized. In Part 2 he will discuss the costs and some examples that focus on the Cardium and Montney formations.

June 14, 2017

In this Tech V Talk, we discuss completion optimization and take a look at the Kakwa area in the Montney basin. The production analysis looks at 121 wells over a twelve month period in 2015.

April 21, 2017

In this Tech V Talk, we discuss how the Huff n' Puff process works and how it can improve hydrocarbon recovery by 50-150% (compared to primary recovery).

February 1, 2017

In this Tech V Talk, we discuss how adding a CO2 pre-pad can greatly increase your estimated ultimate recovery.

September 16, 2016

Reducing the Potential for Induced Seismicity During Hydraulic Fracturing – With N2 and CO2 Based Foamed Fluids

A Ferus and Itasca – Image Joint Project – September 2016

Causes of Induced Seismicity During Hydraulic Fracturing (HF)

  • Seismicity has been linked to:


June 2, 2016

One of the objectives of hydraulic fracturing in shale reservoirs is to maximize the Stimulated Reservoir Volume (SRV) or fracture network. Below we examine the use of CO2 pre-pads to increase productivity by enhancing dendritic fracture networks and maximizing the eff...

May 26, 2016

Where does Ferus’ CO2 come from? from Communications at Ferus on Vimeo.

As our Production Manager Dean explains, Ferus helps to manage man-made GHG emissions by recovering CO2 from high emitting industrial sources, such as fertilizer and gas plants. The C...

April 15, 2016


(February 10, 2016 during the Continuing the Conversation: Water Wisdom II Meeting)

The Issue: 

Vision:  To have a profitable energy industry that is the most environmentally sustainable on the planet.

  • Doing th...

March 18, 2016

In February 2016, The University of Calgary released an SPE paper, Minimize Formation Damage in Water-Sensitive Unconventional Reservoirs by Using Energized Fracturing Fluid, (SPE-179019-MS).

The paper is focused on the Montney formation and the use of nitrogen (N2) and...

March 4, 2016

A Ferus authored paper, A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Various Fracture Fluid Systems Used in Multistage Fractured Horizontal Wells: Montney Formation, Unconventional Gas (SPE 168632), was recently referenced in the technical paper Liquids Rich Organic...

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